Big Mouth Masks
Big Mouth Masks let you become anyone or anything you want. Unlike most masks that are boring and stiff Big Mouth Masks move with the touch of a button. Perfect for halloween, surprise parties, pranks and so much more these masks are endless fun. All you have to do is go online, choose a photo, print it and you are good to go. Every order comes with two Big Mouth Masks each with their own one-touch wire control, six sheets of photo paper to create realistic masks, and one sheet of sticky strips. Become anyone you want to be by wearing Big Mouth Masks.
Big Mouth Masks are the newest type of mask that let you be anyone your heart desires. One touch wire control lets you open and close the mouth of your mask for endless and hilarious fun with only the touch of a button. All you have to do is log onto the Big Mouth Masks website to become anyone you want. Just choose a picture of anyone whether it be your mom, dad, friend, sibling or celebrity. Then print the photo, put it on the Big Mouth Mask moving template and you are done. Make it even funnier by using an animals face instead of a persons.
Total Cost Breakdown
The cost of Big Mouth Masks is $19.99 plus $6.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Big Mouth Masks by paying the extra shipping fee of $6.99 for a total price of $33.97.
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How It Works
Big Mouth Masks are face coverings that you can create with virtually any image on your computer. You can use a picture of yourself, or, alternatively, an image of a friend, family member, or animal. Even cartoons can be used. Once you upload your image to the Big Mouth Masks website, you can turn it into a funny mask to entertain and amuse everyone around you with. When you pull on the attached wire control, you can even move the mask’s mouth so that it looks like the face is talking.
- Birthday Parties
- Elevator Rides
- Work Pranks
- Flash Mobs
By using Big Mouth Masks, you can actually wear your own selfie for Halloween. If you’d prefer to dress as someone else, such as a member of your favorite band or even a pet, that can also be accomplished with these masks.
If you’re having a surprise party, all the guests can give your guest of honor an extra surprise by popping out of hiding places wearing funny Big Mouth Masks. Even if your party isn’t a surprise, you and everyone else can have fun wearing silly masks anyway.
When you want to give everyone else in an elevator a good laugh, just pop on your most hilarious Big Mouth Mask, and watch the other riders stare. An animal mask works especially well in these situations!
If you’ve dreamed of shocking your boss so that they drop their coffee as they enter the conference room, you may be in luck. By wearing Big Mouth Masks, you and your co-workers may just be able to do so. It may also be fun to jump out from behind another employee’s desk or workstation while wearing one of these masks.
For those of you who are fans of flash mobs, wearing Big Mouth Masks to appear as political figures or other celebrities will likely be something you’ll find super fun.
How to Use (Step by Step)
- Choose And Upload Picture
- Prepare Eyes
- Prepare Mouth
- Cut Out Face
- Cut Out Eyes
- Attach Mask To Template
- Attach Jaw
Choose an image that you want to use in order to make your mask, and upload it to the Big Mouth Masks website. This image should be one with a high resolution. Once it’s uploaded, you can zoom in and rotate it to make sure it will fit perfectly on your mask’s template.
Drag the dotted circles provided over the eyes of your image, so you’ll know exactly where to cut them out later.
The next step is to outline the curve of your picture’s mouth. If the face within this picture isn’t smiling, you will be able to give it funny teeth at this point.
Cut out the entire face within your image by using a precision razor or a pair of scissors.
After you’ve cut out the face, it’s time to cut out the eyeholes. You can use a precision razor, scissors, or the tip of a pencil for this.
Line up the mask with an included template, and remove the template’s eye holes. Cut off any excess parts of the image that extend beyond the template. Following that, use the included sticky strips to attach the mask to your template.
Your mask’s jaw will print out on its own. After that, you’ll need to peel the backing tape from the wire-controlled mechanism, located on the mouth, in order to connect it and the mask.